He Sees Us - Poem by Naveed Akram
He sees us, we are in lines of hearts,
The sharing few combine to permeate the cosmos;
One of us is bolder than most, a faint
Man is against the flow of society.
He sees us when the dreams are over,
Twisting the eyes aglow, with fierce moves.
The instruction booklet for seeing is profound,
Duty will abide in the heart of his heaven.
Distracted, the man sees us with fierce glare,
So the lights are white and solid to the heat;
Many are fully men, many have pages of gold,
But the examination of this life is complete.
I threw a hard boulder at the monsters on the night,
On this night a hurting bone was learnt;
One of us sees him in the boredom black,
Crafting the very movements of ferocity.
This was around, this was around, to conquer
The might of a new operation, the five heads.
One feels the sight of him, connecting hearts,
Lulling the air with forgotten strokes of love.
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